Our song wasn’t a diss to Davido – Portable defends collabo with Dammy Krane (Video)

Amid the ongoing feud between Dammy Krane and Davido, street-hop singer, Portable has cleared the air on why he recorded a song with the former.

The controversial artiste who recently collaborated with Dammy Krane, claimed that the song was not a diss to the DMW boss and he meant no disrespect.

It may be recalled that few days ago, Dammy shared a video of him and the Zazuu star having a studio session with the intention of making a diss track against the Omo Baba Olowo.

Portable diss Davido

But in a video shared by Portable, he explained that his studio session with the ‘Gbetiti’ crooner was strictly business and had nothing to do with his beef with Davido.

The ‘Clear’ hit-maker claimed that the song was a prayer song, and urged both individuals to settle their beef. He also wondered why people would want him not to work with Krane simply because he has a rift with the FIA singer.

Portable said, “Dammy Krane sing with me una say we insult Davido. It was strictly business. Music is business.

“Now, because of say Dammy Krane dey fight with Davido make we no sing together? Uncle Dammy Krane and uncle Davido make una forgive each other.”

Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, in another news…

Dammy Krane appealed to fans of Afrobeats superstar, David Adeleke aka Davido, should launch GoFundMe to help clear his outstanding debts.

“Burna Boy should help Davido to pay Dammy Krane and Abu Salami instead of giving PulseNg and Instablog free money,” the fan tweeted.

But Dammy Krane suggested “Or They can do OWE B OWE GoFundMe Like they did for his birthday to clear abi na buy new car Ps: Rich Man Pikin go think say Poor Man pikin na rich man.

Only in Naija ; Poor man pikin go donate for Rich man Pikin , Sey Poor man pikin no Dey think atall 😂🤍💡☝🏾”